Join us for a seminar on “Exploring Iran”.
Sierra Leone has been added to the recognised jurisdictions list for the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme.
Graham Conlon, Managing Partner (Ukraine), CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP , and CEE/CIS Co-Head of Private Equity shares his views about legal business in Ukraine
The Law Society in partnership with the Bar Council of England and Wales is organising the fourth English Law Week event in Moscow and St Petersburg from 20 to 23 November 2017.
Join the Law Society at LAWASIA’s 30th annual conference in Tokyo
Our series of Doing Legal Business reports provides an overview and guide to doing legal business in key international markets
Read our blog on the first roundtable on the Women and the Law international programme of the Law Society.
A blog on the discussions held at the reception to celebrate 45 years of UK-China relations.
The Law Society of England and Wales in partnership with the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan, the Astana International Financial Centre (“AIFC”), and City University is organising a judicial training programme for 14 Kazakh judges and legal representatives. The programme will take place from 10 April to 22 September 2017.
The Law Society attended the farewell reception for Rob Fenn, Head of the Human Rights and Democracy Department (HRDD) at the FCO
The D.C Bar’s Global Legal Task Force is recommending some changes to the rules for foreign lawyers wishing to be admitted in Washington D.C., and has issued a public consultation on its proposals.
Join us for a Latin America briefing in Birmingham on 20th April.
Rules proposed for new regime for becoming a solicitor lack detail
The role of solicitors: a practical comparison with the Italian Legal System and opportunities for Italian Lawyers
Share your experience of working with India and apply to speak on a panel
The Law Society interviewed Stephen McNamara, solicitor working on the rule of law in Myanmar.
Litigation funder teams up with US firm Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss.
Given the work of the EU, access to cross-border electronic evidence will only be complicated by leaving.
International body lambasts UK over application of Aarhus Convention.